Inter CEO Beppe Marotta feels that, at the moment, there is nothing for him to say regarding the situation of defender Milan Skriniar at the club.

Speaking to reporters outside the Lega Serie A offices, as reported by FCInterNews, the Nerazzurri executive answered with simple “no” responses when questioned about the future of the 27-year-old.

It does not look as though Inter will be able to convince Skriniar to sign a new contract.

Reports have emerged that the former Sampdoria defender has rejected the Nerazzurri’s contract offer and is in talks with Paris Saint-Germain, and an interview with his agent Roberto Sistici has confirmed as much.

This comes after a couple months of negotiations in which Inter had pushed to find an agreement with Skriniar to extend his contract beyond the end of June.

Throughout the process, Nerazzurri CEO Marotta had tended to express a tone of optimism and confidence regarding the direction of negotiations, but now he is taking a different tack.

Asked if Skriniar will leave the club before the January transfer window closes, Marotta replied “I have nothing to say, we’ll talk about it later.”

And when asked if he has any response to the remarks made by the player’s agent Sistici in a recent interview, the Inter CEO replied “No, not today.”